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Lecture on Bullying

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Every Every Every Generation Has Been the Me Me Me Generation

Interesting critique in the Atlantic Wire of the current cover story of Time magazine, including an illustrated historical contextualization: Basically, it’s not that people born after 1980 are narcissists, it’s that young people are narcissists, and they get over themselves … Continue reading

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How divided is your brain & what does it mean to be human?

What are the most important differences between the two brain hemispheres? How do they work together and against each other in shaping our world and the way we experience it? Why are people less happy today than they were half … Continue reading

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Trend Blend 2009+: A map of time and tide

One of the many attempts to visualize the complexity of our present and possible future world. Learn more about these and other global trends and our exciting new course on the subject at the Global Banquet this evening at 6pm … Continue reading

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What we’re reading #1: Audra Jennings reads about history, medicine & society, Detroit, and 2012

This is the first post in our new forum, What We’re Reading. It is very fitting that Audra contributed the first post, as the forum itself was her own brilliant idea! We hope you will soon share with us what … Continue reading

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